K-Power Magazine Issue 1
computer, software, game, commodore, poke, player, data, programs, ibm, gosub, computer users, bulletin board, player table, family computing, bit map, word processor, word twister, rating game, electronic bulletin, special software
Issue #1 of K-Power magazine from February 1984. Editor's Note (For and By The Computer Generation), Compuzine (Backing Hacking Not Attacking, A Joystick a Day...Keeps Tattoos Away?, Computer in the Sky, Doctor Disaster, Scrolling in Dough (Michael Sanders), Suggestion Box, A Lot of Heart, Compute-a-Suit, The Look of Software to Come, Defense for Stupid Games, First Aid for Computer Illiterates, Silicon Alley), Doctor Kursor's Klinic (starting a BBS, how touch tablets work), A Networking Guide: Reach Out and Access Someone, Pirates and Raiders: The Computer Abuser Subculture, K-Net, 'Whiz Kids': Networking Goes Prime Time, How 'Whiz Kids' Fakes It (program), Woof Ware: Home Computing for Your Canine (humor), Hail to the Hybrids: Two Games Are Better Than One, Hacker Heaven (Symphony in 3-D, "?????????", Roving Cupid (Atari animation), Word Twister, Test Your Programming (contest), Screening Room (Microsoft Flight Simulator, Zork III, Ultima II, Zaxxon, Deadline, Gold Fever, Jumpman), Strategy (Archon), Rising Stars (Computer Images: State of the Art, Circuit Chips chocolate, Madam, I'm ADAM, PCjr, CompuCaddy, Grand Master, Love Byte, Chalk Board PowerPad, F.R.E.D., Computer-Term-A-Day Calendar), Contest.
Collection k-power-magazine; computermagazines